Divergence Eve is an odd mix of deadly-serious psychological science fiction and puerile fanservice. It doesn't really work. The plot itself could have been interesting, as the idea of an isolated research station dealing with powers totally beyond its control has potential, but the delivery is so dry that it's hard to get attached to any of the characters, and the horror they're trying to imply with frequent unseen or barely-seen threats lacks the impact it needs. The absurdly proportioned character designs and the writers' love of showing the female cast in their underwear looks like it was added to try and distract the viewer from the lackluster emotional content. The DVD itself is standard fair, with few extras. A "mini Manga" is included along with the standard trailers and textless OP and ED, but it mainly serves to show why reading manga on a SD device is a futile endeavor. While not atrocious, the dub didn't manage to inject much life into the show. You'll find much worse, but that's not saying much. Divergence Eve definitely isn't one to watch.